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Vodafone Sim Only 900mins + unlimited texts + unlimited internet + possible £100 Quidco for £20 per month 12 month contract
Vodafone Sim Only 900mins + unlimited texts + unlimited internet + possible £100 Quidco for £20 per month 12 month contract

Vodafone Sim Only 900mins + unlimited texts + unlimited internet + possible £100 Quidco for £20 per month 12 month contract

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Vodafone Sim only contracts £20+ now include unlimted internet

12 month contract.
900 minutes
Unlimited texts
Unlimted Internet

If Quidco pays out making it £11.66 month

Free Pay As you go Handset availble with the follwing code "FREEBLK" code must be entered in Caps and you will recieve a Vodafone 533 handset

Making this deal even more hotter
- Maggy

196 Comments

excellent offer voted hott

nothing new........
comes every now and then...........
will rather wait for the O2 offer to come back......

amitjajoo;6777753

nothing new........comes every now and then...........will rather wait … nothing new........comes every now and then...........will rather wait for the O2 offer to come back......



why would you rather wait for the O2 offer?? Is it better?

This is HOT imo

laldude;6777770

why would you rather wait for the O2 offer?? Is it better?This is HOT imo



this is HOT but that is HOTTER !!

800min
1600 texts
plus any 1 bolton which can be changed. :whistling:

Advantage being you can change the BOLT ON depending on requirement, but here its fixed.

I am with O2 and find them very good. What I like is that

a) I get £5 off my O2 broadband because I am an O2 mobile customer
b) When abroad sending texts comes out of my inclusive texts (although it uses 4 texts per 'abroad' text).

But not sure when you have unlimited texts whether this still allows texts abroad to be part of your allowance.

amitjajoo;6777898

this is HOT but that is HOTTER !!800min1600 textsplus any 1 bolton which … this is HOT but that is HOTTER !!800min1600 textsplus any 1 bolton which can be changed. :whistling:Advantage being you can change the BOLT ON depending on requirement, but here its fixed.



What other bolt on would you want, texts? unlimited so dont need a bolt on, minutes? 900 so dont need one for that aswell, the only other thing I require is Internet.. Is there any better bolt on?

I guess its just personal preference..

I think Im gonna go for this one.

12 month contracts should be a criminal offence. O2 600 mins, unlimited texts 19.48 on a rolling month contract. If you find a better deal least you can get it rather than the tie in period. Not slagging posting don't like long tie ins.

texts unlimited is 3000 texts on voda, however, it is approx 12000 on O2.
Plus text from abroad back to UK is a huge plus as it saves a lot of money.
Plus there can be other bolt on's like unltd. landline, or wifi that may be more useful.
Atleast you have options to use, whether you use them or not is a diff. thing.

Statisticly Voda are more reliable let alone quicker in paying you cashback through quidco. I know who i'd go for.

I'm an O2 customer paying £7.50/month for unlimited texts and 600 any time, any network minutes on an 18 month contract and I don't get why O2 users are slating this Vodaphone deal on a 12 month contract.

The crucial thing here is unlimited internet access. The comparable O2 deals don't offer that from what I can see.

Depressed Maggot;6778242

12 month contracts should be a criminal offence. O2 600 mins, unlimited … 12 month contracts should be a criminal offence. O2 600 mins, unlimited texts 19.48 on a rolling month contract. If you find a better deal least you can get it rather than the tie in period. Not slagging posting don't like long tie ins.



If its a good deal - I'd take a 24 month contract! Just means no hassle for the next two years! (only if it's REALLY good deal though!)

amitjajoo;6778263

texts unlimited is 3000 texts on voda, however, it is approx 12000 on … texts unlimited is 3000 texts on voda, however, it is approx 12000 on O2.Plus text from abroad back to UK is a huge plus as it saves a lot of money.Plus there can be other bolt on's like unltd. landline, or wifi that may be more useful.Atleast you have options to use, whether you use them or not is a diff. thing.



Yep, overall O2 are better, sending texts from abroad is great, as is the MMS and video calling. Aint no better network than O2 IMO. Vodafone come close, but not close enough. The rest are rubbish.

DEFINITELY a hot deal!

amitjajoo;6778263

texts unlimited is 3000 texts on voda, however, it is approx 12000 on … texts unlimited is 3000 texts on voda, however, it is approx 12000 on O2.Plus text from abroad back to UK is a huge plus as it saves a lot of money.Plus there can be other bolt on's like unltd. landline, or wifi that may be more useful.Atleast you have options to use, whether you use them or not is a diff. thing.



anyone who needs 12000 texts a month really needs to get a job, life, girlf/boy-friend. Or maybe they should learn to meet people face to face instead of living the life of a sociopath.

Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited internet for £15/month on 12 month contract last week now :-(

'Unlimited' on Vodafone means 500MB/month.

Hmmm, tempted by this to go in a HTC HD2 when they come out, but was also wondering if a £15 for 1GB PAYG sim would suffice, only I'm not sure whether it's possible to use them for calls too. Anyone know?

how quickly do you get your £100 from quidco?

Depressed Maggot;6778242

12 month contracts should be a criminal offence. O2 600 mins, unlimited … 12 month contracts should be a criminal offence. O2 600 mins, unlimited texts 19.48 on a rolling month contract. If you find a better deal least you can get it rather than the tie in period. Not slagging posting don't like long tie ins.



vodafone do a 12 month, 600 mins, unlimited texts - £15 per month. its hardly a tie in at that price.

Ash2811;6778530

how quickly do you get your £100 from quidco?



i got mine within 3 months, my girlfriends took a little longer, maybe 4.

So there is no guarantee that quidco will pay out? this sounds risky.

swiftz;6778606

So there is no guarantee that quidco will pay out? this sounds risky.



There isn't.... but you can help increase your chances by using another browser (Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari) from your main browser purely for Quidco purchases. This means you're a lot less likely to have a clash of cookies.

I also use a free program called CCleaner to clear my borwser cookies for my second browser (Opera) before I use it. Might seem a lot of effort but it's not for £100!

christ_;6778461

Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited … Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited internet for £15/month on 12 month contract last week now :-(



you can probally still cancel it and only pay for what was used.. phone up and ask!!!

amitjajoo;6777753

nothing new........comes every now and then...........will rather wait … nothing new........comes every now and then...........will rather wait for the O2 offer to come back......



predictable

Looks good but can current customers get this too.

I am overdue an upgrade to my Voda Pay monthly contract but waiting to see what they offer over Christmas plus the iPhone will soon be available on Voda.

Voted Hot anyway

Great deal and nice spot, have some h&r!!!

christ_;6778461

Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited … Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited internet for £15/month on 12 month contract last week now :-(



Cancel it. 30day cooling off period if done on the phone, should at least have 2 weeks if instore.

can someone confirm if i can keep my own number
ive a contract with them which is up this month. if i cancel can i transfer as this deal would be heaps cheaper than what im getting,
the quidco cash back would def be worth the hassle

Looks hot

HOT HOT HOT!!!


just signed up... 500mb sounds a bit low - what happens if I go over that? how much extra do they charge?

dhope;6778771

Cancel it. 30day cooling off period if done on the phone, should at … Cancel it. 30day cooling off period if done on the phone, should at least have 2 weeks if instore.



I did via the phone and was a sim-only/no handset upgrade.
It's only 7 days apparently and guess what, 7th day was Monday. :roll:

toffeepennys;6778788

can someone confirm if i can keep my own number ive a contract with them … can someone confirm if i can keep my own number ive a contract with them which is up this month. if i cancel can i transfer as this deal would be heaps cheaper than what im getting, the quidco cash back would def be worth the hassle



In the order page, there was an option of 'keep your number' option for free. :thumbsup:

christ_;6778461

Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited … Great deal, wish I hadn't agreed to 100mins, 500 texts + unlimited internet for £15/month on 12 month contract last week now :-(



If you're within 7 days you are still allowed to cancel. The first day normally beings from the day AFTER you sign up aswell.

This is really tempting, but I'm not sure Quidco will actually pay out. I'm more tempted to ask Vodafone for a £5 a month rolling contract that will give me 50 mins, 100 texts and internet, I'm sure they could do it?

thanks
hot hot hot

Taksim_Red;6778898

If you're within 7 days you are still allowed to cancel. The first day … If you're within 7 days you are still allowed to cancel. The first day normally beings from the day AFTER you sign up aswell.



Thanks for the help - just rang up, I'm on the 9th day :roll: typical.

does it have stop the clock also ??

I think stop the clock normally is a £5 option.

Would this be suitable for Blackberry users?
TIA

very hot

OneArmJack;6778469

'Unlimited' on Vodafone means 500MB/month.



Where does it say that? Their fair use policy states mobile internet as 5gb.

online.vodafone.co.uk/dis…068

christ_;6778856

I did via the phone and was a sim-only/no handset upgrade.It's only 7 … I did via the phone and was a sim-only/no handset upgrade.It's only 7 days apparently and guess what, 7th day was Monday. :roll:



oft.gov.uk/sha…pdf
7 *working* days? Weekends are not working days, even if their offices are open...
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